Featured Article
Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade: What Could Be Next?
Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade: What Could Be Next?

In a stunning turn of events, the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, paving the way for states to once again outlaw abortion. According to The Los Angeles Times, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority struck down the historic 1973 ruling, citing the fact that the ...

Read More

Blog Posts By Category

    • Does the Omnibus Bill Help or Hurt Immigration?

      In early March, President Biden signed an omnibus spending bill. According to Forbes, the bill will fund the federal government for the remainder of ...

      View More
    • U.S. Government Reveals Harsher Asylum Regulations

      In what is being deemed an “interim rule,” the Trump administration recently announced a new regulation for asylum seekers coming to the U.S. This new ...

      View More
    • Asylum Interview Schedule to Prioritize Newer Applications

      U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that the agency will begin to schedule asylum interviews for recent applications ahead ...

      View More
    • Survey Studies Driver Distraction Nationwide, Texas Ranks Low for Safety

      A recently-concluded study from Zendrive , a company that creates applications that measure driving behaviors in hopes to encourage safe practices, ...

      View More
    • What Steps Should You Take After A Car Accident in Dallas?

      In the time following an auto collision , it is important that you act quickly. If a negligent driver, motorcyclist, trucker or any other individual ...

      View More
    • Does COVID-19 Affect Child Custody Orders?

      On March 22, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins issued a shelter-in-home order similar to stay-at-home orders other major cities like Los Angeles and ...

      View More
    • Attorney Sanjay Mathur of Mathur Law Offices Selected as 10 Best in Texas for Client Satisfaction of 2017

      Our firm, Mathur Law Offices, is thrilled to announce our very own Attorney Sanjay Mathur has been selected as part of the 10 Best in Texas for Client ...

      View More
    • Uncontested and Contested Divorces: What are the Differences?

      Regardless of the reasons that you and your spouse are pursuing a divorce, sometimes splitting up really is the best way to have a happy ending. For ...

      View More
    • Attorney Sanjay Mathur of Mathur Law Offices Selected as 10 Best in Texas for Client Satisfaction of 2017

      Our firm, Mathur Law Offices, is thrilled to announce our very own Attorney Sanjay Mathur has been selected as part of the 10 Best in Texas for Client ...

      View More
    • How can criminal accusations impact immigration status?

      Texas recently filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration, claiming the administration’s policies have led to an increase in “illegal immigrant ...

      View More
    • Are CBD Products Legal to Possess & Use in Dallas?

      Do you often use CBD products like oils and tinctures to help with a persistent medical condition? If you live in Dallas, then you will benefit from a ...

      View More
    • Appeals: An Overview

      The burden of proof lies with any aggrieved party seeking an appeal. Any error alleged to have been made by a trial court must to be shown to have ...

      View More
    • Federal Judge Rules to Stop New DACA Applications

      On July 16, 2021, Federal Judge Andrew Haden ruled that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is illegal and blocked the ...

      View More
    • President Trump Ends DACA Program for Undocumented Immigrants

      DACA, also known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, was a beloved immigration policy founded by President Obama during his time in office. ...

      View More
    • Tie Vote By Supreme Court Blocks President's Immigration Plan

      This morning a tie vote by the supreme court blocks president Obama’s expanded immigration plan for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and ...

      View More
    • Does the Omnibus Bill Help or Hurt Immigration?

      In early March, President Biden signed an omnibus spending bill. According to Forbes, the bill will fund the federal government for the remainder of ...

      View More
    • Funds for Immigration Reform Blocked

      This September, Senate Democrats are attempting to create a reconciliation bill. These bills are normally related to the federal budget, and they ...

      View More
    • Department of Homeland Security Orders a Deportation Pause for Biden’s First 100 Days

      David Pekoske Takes Big Strides Right Out the Gate After his socially-distanced inauguration under the bright Washington DC sky, President Biden got ...

      View More
    • Attorney Sanjay Mathur of Mathur Law Offices Selected as 10 Best in Texas for Client Satisfaction of 2017

      Our firm, Mathur Law Offices, is thrilled to announce our very own Attorney Sanjay Mathur has been selected as part of the 10 Best in Texas for Client ...

      View More
    • Uncontested and Contested Divorces: What are the Differences?

      Regardless of the reasons that you and your spouse are pursuing a divorce, sometimes splitting up really is the best way to have a happy ending. For ...

      View More
    • After Your Divorce: Name Changes

      It is common for one spouse to take the last name of the other when they get married. It is usually this last name that is also passed on to the ...

      View More
    • How Does Domestic Violence Affect Child Custody?

      Sadly enough, domestic violence is a common cause for divorce between two spouses. To make matters worse, this domestic violence, also known as family ...

      View More
    • Are CBD Products Legal to Possess & Use in Dallas?

      Do you often use CBD products like oils and tinctures to help with a persistent medical condition? If you live in Dallas, then you will benefit from a ...

      View More
  • DWI
    • ICE Prioritizes DWI Policies

      U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has prioritized DWI regulation per policy. More and more individuals that have been arrested for DWI ...

      View More
    • Getting a Job after a DWI

      Even after serving possible jail time and fines for a DWI , you can find it difficult to find a job having a conviction on your record, especially if ...

      View More
    • How can a DWI affect your insurance?

      A drunk driving conviction can come with heavy fines and jail time—additionally, you could face much higher monthly premiums for your car insurance ...

      View More
    • Congress Reauthorizes EB-5 Program, Increases Investment Requirement

      Congress has reauthorized the EB-5 Regional Center Program through Fiscal Year 2027, but new applicants are required to meet an elevated minimum ...

      View More
    • Does COVID-19 Affect Child Custody Orders?

      On March 22, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins issued a shelter-in-home order similar to stay-at-home orders other major cities like Los Angeles and ...

      View More
    • Attorney Sanjay Mathur Receives AIOFLA 2019 Client Satisfaction Award

      Attorney Sanjay Mathur of Mathur Law Offices in Dallas is trusted by his communities as a reliable attorney for sensitive family law cases . He has ...

      View More
    • U.S. Supreme Court Ruling: All States Must Grant Same-Sex Marriages

      As of June 26 th , 2015, all states are required to grant and recognize same-sex marriages. In the recent Obergefell v. Hodges case, the United States ...

      View More
    • AIFLA Honors Attorney Sanjay Mathur with Client Satisfaction Award

      Our legal team at the Mathur Law Offices is excited to announce that our founding attorney, Sanjay Mathur, was recently recognized by the American ...

      View More
    • Attorney Sanjay Mathur Receives AIOFLA 2019 Client Satisfaction Award

      Attorney Sanjay Mathur of Mathur Law Offices in Dallas is trusted by his communities as a reliable attorney for sensitive family law cases . He has ...

      View More
    • Mathur Law Offices Opens a New Office to Serve Frisco & Plano, Texas Regions

      Mathur Law Offices is known throughout Texas as a law office capable of managing immigration , criminal , and family law matters of all sizes and ...

      View More
    • Does the Omnibus Bill Help or Hurt Immigration?

      In early March, President Biden signed an omnibus spending bill. According to Forbes, the bill will fund the federal government for the remainder of ...

      View More
    • Executive Order Halts Green Cards for 60 Days

      President Trump recently signed an executive order that will temporarily suspend the approval of certain green cards during the COVID-19 pandemic. The ...

      View More
    • New Changes to the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program

      On July 24 th , U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will publish new changes to the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program . These regulation ...

      View More
    • How can criminal accusations impact immigration status?

      Texas recently filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration, claiming the administration’s policies have led to an increase in “illegal immigrant ...

      View More
    • Uniting for Ukraine: A New Process to Welcome Ukrainians Fleeing Russia’s Invasion

      Since February, we have been watching Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with great concern for the Ukrainian people. According to a recent BBC article , an ...

      View More
    • Congress Reauthorizes EB-5 Program, Increases Investment Requirement

      Congress has reauthorized the EB-5 Regional Center Program through Fiscal Year 2027, but new applicants are required to meet an elevated minimum ...

      View More
    • Does the Omnibus Bill Help or Hurt Immigration?

      In early March, President Biden signed an omnibus spending bill. According to Forbes, the bill will fund the federal government for the remainder of ...

      View More
    • No Legal Fees for H1 Visa Fraud Victims Until You Recover Damages

      Mathur Law Offices, P.C. Announces Contingency Fee Representation for H1 Fraud Victims Many beneficiaries of H1 visas are being defrauded and ...

      View More
    • U.S. Government Reveals Harsher Asylum Regulations

      In what is being deemed an “interim rule,” the Trump administration recently announced a new regulation for asylum seekers coming to the U.S. This new ...

      View More
    • Does the Omnibus Bill Help or Hurt Immigration?

      In early March, President Biden signed an omnibus spending bill. According to Forbes, the bill will fund the federal government for the remainder of ...

      View More
    • Asylum Interview Schedule to Prioritize Newer Applications

      U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that the agency will begin to schedule asylum interviews for recent applications ahead ...

      View More
    • EB-5 Program Funding Extended Until Feb. 8

      After three days of negotiations on Capitol Hill, congress finally voted to end the shutdown and reopen the U.S. government on January 23. One major ...

      View More
    • Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade: What Could Be Next?

      In a stunning turn of events, the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, paving the way for states to once again outlaw abortion. According to The ...

      View More
    • Uniting for Ukraine: A New Process to Welcome Ukrainians Fleeing Russia’s Invasion

      Since February, we have been watching Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with great concern for the Ukrainian people. According to a recent BBC article , an ...

      View More
    • Afghan Nationals Eligible for Humanitarian Parole

      The USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) is allowing Afghan nationals to apply for humanitarian parole. People who would ...

      View More
    • Temporary Protected Status offered to Nepalese Displaced by Earthquake

      The April 25 magnitude 7.8 earthquake which rocked Nepal has displaced thousands of Nepalese, leading Jeh Johnson, Secretary of Homeland Security, to ...

      View More
    • Emergency Measures Provided by USCIS for Nepali Nationals

      The 7.8-magnitude earthquake which shook Nepal to its core on April 25, 2015 has created a crisis for those who were made homeless. U.S. Citizenship ...

      View More
    • Funds for Immigration Reform Blocked

      This September, Senate Democrats are attempting to create a reconciliation bill. These bills are normally related to the federal budget, and they ...

      View More
    • Department of Homeland Security Orders a Deportation Pause for Biden’s First 100 Days

      David Pekoske Takes Big Strides Right Out the Gate After his socially-distanced inauguration under the bright Washington DC sky, President Biden got ...

      View More
    • Biden Gets to Work with Executive Actions

      President Biden Spends First Day in Office Overturning Trump Era Decisions President Joseph R. Biden Jr. wasted no time in his push to reverse ...

      View More
    • What is a Parenting Plan?

      In 2005, the Texas legislature updated the state's child custody and visitation laws , and one of its changes was the requirement of parenting plans. ...

      View More
    • What Steps Should You Take After A Car Accident in Dallas?

      In the time following an auto collision , it is important that you act quickly. If a negligent driver, motorcyclist, trucker or any other individual ...

      View More
    • Elements of a Dallas Personal Injury Claim

      If you or someone you love has been injured as the result of another's negligence or wrongful act, you may have a right to recover financial ...

      View More
    • Injured Student's Fall Causes Alcohol Statutes to Be Put in Place at UNT

      At the University of North Texas, one student's horrific tumble down a flight of stairs got the faculty's attention, and they have taken pains to see ...

      View More
  • TPS
    • Uniting for Ukraine: A New Process to Welcome Ukrainians Fleeing Russia’s Invasion

      Since February, we have been watching Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with great concern for the Ukrainian people. According to a recent BBC article , an ...

      View More
    • DHS Extends TPS Designations for El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, and Sudan

      On September 9, 2021 , the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the automatic extension of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designations ...

      View More
    • Somalian Temporary Protected Status Registration Reopens for Limited Time

      The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has recently announced an extension of Somalia’s Temporary Protected Status ( TPS ) ...

      View More
    • Injured Student's Fall Causes Alcohol Statutes to Be Put in Place at UNT

      At the University of North Texas, one student's horrific tumble down a flight of stairs got the faculty's attention, and they have taken pains to see ...

      View More
    • Uniting for Ukraine: A New Process to Welcome Ukrainians Fleeing Russia’s Invasion

      Since February, we have been watching Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with great concern for the Ukrainian people. According to a recent BBC article , an ...

      View More
    • Does the Omnibus Bill Help or Hurt Immigration?

      In early March, President Biden signed an omnibus spending bill. According to Forbes, the bill will fund the federal government for the remainder of ...

      View More
    • Trump Extends Proclamation 10014

      On June 22, 2020, President Donald Trump signed a proclamation to continue Proclamation 10014, which was originally issued on April 22, 2020, to ...

      View More